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About us

Da Nang Home Cooking Class is a great opportunity to learn about Vietnamese cuisine and culture at a local house. Elly and Lani who will teach you how to cook Vietnamese food. Both girls are born and grow up together in the beautiful port city Danang. They have a large knowledge about Vietnamese food, culture, and lifestyle. They won’t just give you step by step instruction on how to make the food but also give you an insight into local’s life. They know many recipe secrets that have handed down from her family generations. They will make you feel like home away from home. Elly and Lani ‘s  motto is: “To Vietnamese girls, being able to cook is a pride, and being able to illustrate Viet dishes to everyone is even a greater achievement.”

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What make us difference

With Da Nang Home Cooking Class, you can get much more than a cooking class. While you will get wonderful cooking class, you can also get: the warmth, hospitably and a true Vietnamese meal! You will visit a colorful local market, beautiful vegetable gardens and tour around the local family.

Classes are completely hands-on. You will practice cooking with Vietnamese cooking techniques. We will present a cooking demonstration and provide tasting samples. At your personal cooking station, we will guide you through the recipe step-by-step.

We are happy to cater to your food allergies or food preferences. Please email us your food requirement. We will confirm with you the substituting dishes or ingredients. Private cooking classes can be organized to meet your party’s need. All vegetarians are welcome.


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Da Nang Cooking Class

  • Morning Tour: 8:00 -13:00
  • Afternoon Tour: 14:00 – 19:00
  • Vietnamese coffee, Market tour
  • Be a Vietnamese farmer
  • Cook Vietnamese cuisine
  • Recipe book
  • Price: 39 usd/ adult


buffalo riding and basket boat tour

Buffalo and basket boat riding

  • Pick up time: 8.15 AM/ 1.15 PM
  • Duration 4 hours
  • Experience buffalo riding
  • Basket  boat riding and crab catching
  • Home meal for lunch 
  • Price: from 41 USD/ adult


Coconut Basket Boats Tour Hoi An

Hoi an city and Basket Boat Tour

  • Time: 7.00 a.m –1.30 pm
  • Basket Boat Riding
  • Explore Hoi An city on foot
  • Enjoy an authentic Vietnamese meal
  • Option to return Da Nang at night
  • Price: from 47 USD/ adult 



5 of 5 stars
“We attended the Da Nang Home Cooking Class and if I could rate this tour with more stars, I really would. Our guide, Katie, picked us up at our hotel and brought us for some Vietnamese coffee. She then took us to the Hanh Market to shop for some of the ingredients we needed before heading to her cousins’ home to start cooking. In the process, we got to know her cousins and her aunt who were extremely welcoming to their home. They showed us around and were open to sharing the lifestyle they lead.
Katie was amazing at introducing the dishes to us and giving us alternatives should we not find certain ingredients back home. Throughout the day, she was informative at every opportunity and we got to see and experience so much because of her! When the cooking was done, we all ate together, family style.
This class was an awesome way to start our trip and I highly recommend it to anyone who loves to cook or simply wants to know more about local cuisine”
5 of 5 stars
“I have travelled all over Asia and have taken many cooking classes in each place. This cooking class was incredible. We started out the morning by going to a local market. Then on to a local coffee shop to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee and get to discuss about local living. After that, we took a trip to the local garden and helped water and plant vegetables. Met the sweetest and happiest gardener Sandy who was so excited to have us there! This was a highlight as I have seen them working in the garden everyday prior to having this experience. Next, we went to a local house and it was time for cooking. We got to explore the entire house to see how this family lived, hang out on their top floor (outside) and lay in their hammock and talk for a bit to get to know each.
We made a ton of food: BahnXeo, Spring Rolls, and Papaya Salad. Then ate family style around the table in their kitchen. Everyone was so friendly and a lot of fun. I recommend this to everyone who wants to explore a part of Da Nang culture”